a pleasant surprise from the delivery man..

last saturday , my daughter received a package  while i was out.


when i came home, she told me she waved her magic wand and gotten me my favourite present (obviously her mum must have told her about my favourite logo) . 
la pleasant surprise from the delivery man..

indeed , a very fine presentation box with very kind wishes for mid -autumn festival . thank you VC !



a pleasant surprise from the delivery man..


and to my amazement, the moocake was made with the VC logo moulds.to all my friends here , i wish u a happy and romantic mid autumn's festival.


a pleasant surprise from the delivery man..

 

Re: a pleasant surprise from the delivery man..
09/27/2012 - 17:03
Very cute daughter, Aaron! Hopefully her match wand will work wonders in the future. I hope she left you at least one cake cheekywink Joseph
you should tell her to wave the wand harder so next time
09/27/2012 - 18:32
you get a watch cheeky The cakes look quite yummy and your daughter is really sweet yes You  must be a very proud dad
too bad she's has decided to give up her fairy career to pursue .....
09/28/2012 - 07:27
her princess path...crying
Re: a pleasant surprise from the delivery man..
09/28/2012 - 21:42
Lovely daughter, lovely watches...and lovely mooncakes!  What can I say?! All the best, mon ami. Kazumidevil
Hahaha that's cute.
09/29/2012 - 06:11
Never seen a mooncake from other brand yes
I understand these cakes are part of a tradition
09/29/2012 - 19:23
but perhaps you could explain what that is?  Sorry for my ignorance blush
Mooncakes and Mid-Autumn Festival – my understanding
09/30/2012 - 04:48
Hi Dean,   Mid-Autumn Festival is a holiday to be with and remember family during the night that has the “largest, fullest” moon of the year.  (According to the Lunar Calendar, this is the month when the moon is the closest to the Earth, which is what makes it the “larger, fullest” moon of the year).   The original mooncakes were made in a round shape to represent the full moon.  Tradition has it that you should spend the night of this holiday with your family and eat mooncake, to represent family closeness/togetherness – as in a family circle.   Other Loungers, please add to this if you have more information.  My understanding is strictly as a layman.   BR, Dan
the chinese mid-autumn festival is celebrated on the 15th of the 8th..
09/30/2012 - 18:24
lunar month . and this year it falls on the 30 sep 2012. generally,the festival is celebrated with a family reunion , finished off with the cakes as the dessert and kids carrying lanterns, a description of the significance of the festival is " the people reunion as the moon does " on  this day, there is also a forklore of a fairy meeting a mortal on the moon , but since human landed on the moon, the forklore has been refuted. smiley 
A friend has promised to deliver some mooncakes to me next week
09/30/2012 - 10:08
Alas, they won't be from Vacheron, but I must try them.  Best, Robert